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21. Patents and intellectual rights (inventions)

BEIER, F.K., Patent licence agreements under German and European antitrust law. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 1-38 (1972)

— Scientific research, patent protection and innovation. 6 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 367-381 (1975)

BETTEN, J., Patent protection for computer programs in Germany and by the EPO. 9 European Intellectual Property Review 10-17 (1987)

CAENEGEM, W.V., Different approaches to the protection of celebrities against unauthorised use of their image in advertising in Australia, the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany, 12 European Intellectual Property Review 452-8, 1990

DREISS, U./ GÜNTHER, K., Industrial property and copyright, in: RÜSTER, B. (ed.), Business transactions in Germany. Munich, New York, loose-leaf since 1983 vol. 1 ch. 15.01

FISCHER, E., The new German patent procedure: from the view of a corporate patent department. 2 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 277-284 (1971)

GOLTZ, H./KOERFER, H.R., Interim remedies against patent, copyright and trade mark infringements, 9 European Intellectual Property Review 253-56, 1987

HAEUSSER, E., The German Federal Patent Court. Nordiskt Immateriellt Rättsskydd 234 ff. (1970)

HARTEL, K., One year deferred examinations as viewed by the German Patent Office. 1 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 4-18 (1970)

HOFFMANN, K., Three years experience with the deferred examination system in Germany. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 164-183 (1972)

JOHNSON, T.C., Observations on the patentability of computer software. 2 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 71-76 (1971)

KINKELDEY, H./ STOCKMAIR, W., The new German Patent Law (1981) in English and German. Weinheim 1981

KRIEGER, A., The new German patent law after its harmonization with European patent law – a general survey. 13 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 1-26 (1984)

MILLER, A., The protection of geographical names in the Federal Republic of Germany: law and jurisdiction, 8 European Intellectual Property Review 209-11, 1986

NASTELSKI, K., Product protection for chemical inventions in Germany. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 267-294 (1972)

OPPENLAENDER, K.H., Patent policies and technical progress in the Federal Republic of Germany. 8 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 97-122 (1977)

PAGENBERG, J., No multiple damages for patent infringement under German law? 11 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 723-730 (1980)

— Assessment of damages for patent infringement, 14 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 85-94 (1983)

PAKUSCHER, E.K., Examination for nonobviousness – a response. 12 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 816-824 (1981)

PAKUSCHER, E.K., Patent procedure in the Federal Republic of Germany. 4 International Tax and Business Lawyer 86-104 (1986)

PATENT ACT 1981 [Patentgesetz], in: RÜSTER, B. (ed.), Business transactions in Germany. Munich, New York, loose-leaf since 1983 vol. 4 appendix 11. See also under KINKELDEY/ STOCKMAIR, and under NICOLAI, T.R., First-to-file vs. first-to-invent. A comparative study based on German and United States patent law. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 103-138 (1972)

PATENT LAW AND EUROPEAN PATENT CONVENTION, Patent Law and European Patent Convention, Documents on Politics and Society in the Federal Republic of Germany, issued by INTER NATIONES Bonn 1991. With an introduciton by Dirk Brouer and Detlef Schennen.

PECHMANN, E. Freiherr von, National and international problems concerning the protection of microbiological inventions. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 295-316(1972)

— Person skilled in the art as a legal standard in German patent law. Nordiskt Immateriellt Rätsskydd 261-275 (1982)

PHILLIPS, J. (ed.), Employees’ inventions: a comparative study. Tyne and Wear (England) 1981

SCHADE, H., Patents at a glance. A survey of substantive law and formalities in 46 countries. Cologne-Berlin 1971

SCHIPPEL, H., Compensation of employee inventors in Germany. 4 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 1 – 16 (1973)

SCHMIED-KOWARZIK, V., Chemical inventions according to the new German Patent Act. 1 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 190-224 (1970)

SCHMITT-NILSON, G., Submission of references cited in foreign patent prosecution under German law. 7 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 39-47 (1976)

STAUDER, D., Patent infringement in export trade – the vulnerable combination patent. 3 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 491-505 (1972)

STRAUSS, J., Patent protection for new varieties of plants produced by genetic engineering – should “double protection” be prohibited? 15 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 426-442 (1984)

ULLRICH, H., Standards of patentability for European inventions. Weinheim 1977 (Studies in Industrial Property and Copyright Law, 1)

UEXKÜLL, J. D. Freiherr von, German PATENT LAW 1981 with annotations. Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, München 1981

— Laws relating to patents, utility models and trademarks. Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, München 1978

— German law relating to inventions of employees and directives issued thereunder, Frankfurt 1971

VAHRENWALD, A., The law of patent licensing in Germany: an update, 14 European Intellectual Property Review 87-9, 1992

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